Adele is set to generate '$100million for her appearance with Oprah Winfrey'

Adele is set to generate '$100million for her appearance with Oprah Winfrey'
Adele is set to generate '$100million for her appearance with Oprah Winfrey'

Adele is reportedly set to generate $100million for her appearance with world-famous talk show host Oprah Winfrey. 

The global superstar, 33, is a mere six days away from releasing her long-awaited fourth album, 30, yet is proving that music is not the only way to rake in the cash. 

Adele's One Night Only interview with the 67-year-old airs on American channel CBS on Sunday evening and the show, made by James Corden's company Fulwell 73, has completed a revenue share deal to be syndicated around the world.

Deal: Adele is set to generate '$100million for her appearance with Oprah Winfrey' - a two-hour special that will feature her first new material in six years (airing Sunday 13 November on American channel CBS)

Deal: Adele is set to generate '$100million for her appearance with Oprah Winfrey' - a two-hour special that will feature her first new material in six years (airing Sunday 13 November on American channel CBS)

According to reports in The Mirror, the CBS show could generate more than $100million (over £74million) with Corden's firm expected to take a cut. 

The two-hour special will feature the pop songstress' first new material in six years, with an insider claiming CBS has paid 'at least $5million, but perhaps as much as $7million' to debut the interview.

'Technically, she may say the interview is free, but her song performances in the show are performance payments. TV networks across the world are shelling out significant sums for their regions and it will mean millions coming into the coffers,' a source told the publication.  

Pals: According to reports in The Mirror, Adele: One Night Only could generate more than $100million (over £74million) with James Corden's (pictured in 2016) firm expected to take a cut

Pals: According to reports in The Mirror, Adele: One Night Only could generate more than $100million (over £74million) with James Corden's (pictured in 2016) firm expected to take a cut

The source continued: 'The fees for syndication could be over $100million total. For Adele, it’s a simply fantastic piece of business – you promote your new record and take home a nice little earner on top.' 

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Adele and James for comment.  

Actor-turned-presenter James, 43, owns Fulwell 73 with five other people and the company also produced An ­Audience With Adele, which will air on ITV on November 21. 

For the special across the pond, the Easy On Me hitmaker spoke to Oprah at her Montecito home – the same venue where the producer quizzed Harry and

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